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AARP District of Columbia Volunteer Opportunities

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Training and Education Assistant
The AARP District of Columbia State Office is seeking public speakers  - comfortable with using or willing to learn to use presentation technology such as projectors and programs such as PowerPoint  - to represent AARP in the District of Columbia at local church, synagogue, AARP chapter and civic meetings (i.e., Rotary Club, Retired Teachers Association).  Travel and meals are reimbursed.  To learn more, contact the AARP DC Communications Director at 202-434-7712 for more information, or register for the AARP DC Community Service Expo on March 7th at http://aarp.cvent.com/serviceexpo  or on March 12th at http://aarp.cvent.com/serviceexpo2.

Events Assistant
AARP DC is looking for dedicated and motivated individuals to assist in planning, organizing and conducting internal and public AARP DC events and activities.  Whether you are new to event planning or are a seasoned pro, you can join hands with our team to share valuable information with DC residents.  Have some fun, use some of the latest event planning tools and techniques and make a difference!  To learn more, contact the AARP District of Columbia Community Outreach Director at 202-434-7700 for more information or register for an AARP DC Community Service Expo on March 7th at http://aarp.cvent.com/serviceexpo   or on March 12th at http://aarp.cvent.com/serviceexpo2 .

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